The Kitáb-i-Aqdas
137O people of the Bayán! Fear ye the Most Merciful and consider what He hath revealed in another passage. He said: “The Qiblih is indeed He Whom God will make manifest; whenever He moveth, it moveth, until He shall come to rest.” Thus was it set down by the Supreme Ordainer when He desired to make mention of this Most Great Beauty. Meditate on this, O people, and be not of them that wander distraught in the wilderness of error. If ye reject Him at the bidding of your idle fancies, where then is the Qiblih to which ye will turn, O assemblage of the heedless? Ponder ye this verse, and judge equitably before God, that haply ye may glean the pearls of mysteries from the ocean that surgeth in My Name, the All-Glorious, the Most High.
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Cross-References
Qiblih,   15, K6, 144, n7
focus for Obligatory Prayers,   K6, 93, 99, Q67, 144, n7
identified by the Báb as Bahá’u’lláh,   144, n7
and non-obligatory prayers,   Q14
Qiblih, (cont.)
and Prayer for the Dead,   Q85, n10, n19
resting place of Bahá’u’lláh,   K6, 144, n8
To people of Bayán,   K138, K140, K141, K176, K179, n185, n187
Study Guide
What are we to meditate upon?
How are we not to wander?
What are we to ponder?